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Why is it called a "building" when it is already built?

rhirhi 2012/07/21 01:47:59
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  • pops 2012/07/21 20:50:48
    hmmm
    pops
    +1
    Why do they call it a blow job?
  • jrci1 2012/07/21 05:05:49
    hmmm
    jrci1
    +1
    The word building comes from the Old English word byldan. So, why is building the noun and build the verb? I don't really know and, according to the online etymology dictionary, no-one else does either:
    building
  • Mr Marvin 2012/07/21 04:38:14
    hmmm
    Mr Marvin
    Why do you drive on a parkway and park on a driveway?
  • me4ever 2012/07/21 02:48:08
    hmmm
    me4ever
    interesting question ..........
  • Raphy 2012/07/21 02:30:58
    huh
    Raphy
    Where did this question come from.......
  • rhirhi Raphy 2012/07/21 03:29:12
    rhirhi
    hmmm
  • Raphy rhirhi 2012/07/21 03:38:28
    Raphy
    +1
    Just saying you have a lot of question.........lol
  • rhirhi Raphy 2012/07/21 03:43:40
    rhirhi
    yea lol
  • mikeeonly 2012/07/21 02:26:45
    hmmm
    mikeeonly
    +1
    Being a tradesman, if you think about it, renovation work is never done, so it is always a work in progress
  • Shade 2012/07/21 02:24:49
    huh
    Shade
    The same reason a shipment is in a car and cargo is on a ship
  • Vision of Verve 2012/07/21 02:19:47
  • BloodlessVeins 2012/07/21 02:18:08
    hmmm
    BloodlessVeins
  • Don Leuty 2012/07/21 01:54:15
    hmmm
    Don Leuty
    +2
    Because it is the result of a building
  • Crime Time 2012/07/21 01:53:10
  • mandyinabox 2012/07/21 01:52:20
    hmmm
    mandyinabox
    i guess since buildings erode/delapidate/become desolate eventually and need to be maintained; good question...
    ghost town

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